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Rapid setting and drying cement for floor screeds.
Used to produce bonded, unbonded and floating screeds for internal locations. It can also be used for large repairs to existing cement/sand screeds. Suitable for situations where early foot traffic and rapid hardening is required.
A special cement used in place of Portland Cement in cement: sand screeds for producing a rapid setting and drying floor screed that can be used as a bonded screed, an unbonded floor screed laid onto a membrane, or a floating screed laid onto compressive quilt or insulation material. It will be dry after 24 hours at 20°C to receive floor finishes, regardless of thickness.
Features and benefits:
The following thicknesses are recommended for screeds using ARDEX A 35:
Recommended thickness for type of screed needed:
Floating Domestic: 65mm+
Floating Commercial: 75mm+
M10/115 Cement:sand levelling screeds
M10/130 Proprietary quick drying levelling screeds
M10/4 Cement:sand levelling screeds
M10/7 Proprietary quick drying levelling screeds
M40/20 Existing backgrounds/ bases generally
M40/320 Existing concrete/ screeds
0–8 mm sand.
Recommended by BS 8204-1: 2003+A1: 2009, classified to BS EN 13139 standards.
In lightly loaded/domestic locations.
Compressive strength - 1 day
Compressive strength - 28 days
After 24 hours.
To BS 8204-1, BS 5385-3 and BS 8000-9.
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